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Apply by February 4th for a free, self-moderated ICNC online course on civil resistance
The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict is pleased to announce a call for applications for a seven-week, participant-led online course: Civil Resistance Struggles: How Ordinary People Win Rights, Freedom, and Justice.
This free, self-moderated course will take place...
From Resignation to Nonviolent Resistance: Tackling the Corruption-Violence-Marginalization Nexus
Corruption is now understood to be linked to violent conflict, poverty, fragility, inadequate public services, injustice, and unaccountable governance. No one understands this better than regular people, who experience these hardships. Looking back, 2015 may well be the year that citizens around the world...